When you listen to the Greyhounds, the cool thing about their sound is the variety of music they draw from when they write. Anthony Farrell’s keyboards bring the funky, R&B, and classic soul flavor, while Andrew Trube has a Texas guitar sound that reminds me of greats like the Vaughan brothers or Doug Sahm. No … Continue reading Andrew Trube of the Greyhounds
Kentucky has always been a hot bed for great music artists going back to the beginning of country’s roots. Bill Monroe, Loretta Lynn, Tom T Hall, and Dwight Yoakam are the roots of where country has been, and help lay the foundation on which some of the best music has been built. Luckily for us … Continue reading Tony Logue
Growing up in Cedar Rapids in the late 80’s and early 90’s, we had a number of unique places to pick up musical instruments. My buddy Rhett and I would spend a ton of time at Somewhere in Iowa guitars, Carma Lou’s, The Music Loft, and West music. Sometimes we’d hit them all just to … Continue reading 965 Guitars in the Newbo district.